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Average True Range Channels are calculated by adding and subtracting a weighted Average True Range  to a Moving Average usually simple. When the ATR is added it produces the Upper Band. When subtracted the Lower Band. In this case there are 3 sets of channels each with an upper and lower band.
09 Jan 2014
2195
1
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5
Wilder’s Smoothing AKA Smoothed Moving Average The first value is a simple moving average and all subsequent values are  calculated based on the previous value according to the following formula:   SUM(1) = SUM(CLOSE, N) WSMA(1) = Simple MA = SUM(1)/N -  Wilder’s Smoothing for the first period. WSMA(i) = (SUM(i - 1) - WSMA(i - 1) + CLOSE(i)) / N
16 Jul 2012
2815
1
Rating
3.33
Linear weighted moving average is similar to simple moving average except that a weight coefficient is multiplied to the price. Formula: LWMA = SUM(Close(i)*i, N) / SUM(i, N)
16 Jul 2012
2533
0
Rating
5
This indicator uses a weighted sum of: single EMA, double EMA, triple EMA etc. For this reason, unlike the regular MA, T3MA is a very smooth line. This indicator uses the following formula: T3MA = c1*e6 + c2*e5 + c3*e4 + c4*e3 Where: e1 = EMA (CLOSE, Period) e2 = EMA (e1, Period) e3 = EMA (e2, Period) e4 = EMA (e3, Period) e5 = EMA (e4, Period) e6 = EMA (e5, Period) c1 = - b3 c2 = 3*b2 + 3*b3 c3 = - 6*b2 - 3*b - 3*b3 c4 = 1 + 3*b + b3 + 3*b2 (EMA = Exponential Moving Average, b = volume factor (default = 0.7))
13 Jul 2012
2788
2
Rating
5
Identify Reversal Points in Trends Powerful Indicator Catches Market Bottoms And Tops and Identifies Trends BEFORE They Start! Easy to Trade - No Previous Knowledge Needed! This one-of-a-kind indicator has a great aim: Catching market bottoms and tops. This may seem like a tough goal for an indicator, but the DYNAMIC RANGE INDICATOR™ achieves this goal with 95% accuracy!   It uses a mechanism to identify overbought and oversold periods in price and signals Buy or Sell.
02 Jul 2012
3999
4
Rating
3.33
IFRAMA stands for Fractal Adaptive Moving Average and is another stroke of genius from John F Ehlers. It utilizes Fractal Geometry in an attempt to dynamically adjust its smoothing period to suit the changing price action over time.
09 Jan 2014
2242
1
Rating
5
The Keltner Channel is a moving average band indicator whose upper and lower bands adapt to changes in volatility by using the average true range.
24 Sep 2012
2588
0
Rating
5
Awesome Oscillator shows the difference in between the 5 SMA and 34 SMA.If to be precise, 5 SMA of midpoints is subtracted from 34 SMA of midpoints which allows to see the market momentum.
24 Sep 2012
3267
3
Rating
5
Advance Decline Line indicator is used in Forex to identify and confirm strength of a trend, as well as its chances for reversing. ADL indicator in Forex provides a comparison between the number of market advancing and declining moments for a given period of time!
25 May 2012
1775
0
Rating
3.33
Standard deviation is calculated with the following formula: σ = √[ ∑(x-mean)2 / N ]
25 May 2012
1673
0
Rating
5
The PRC indicator applies a polynomial function to the linear regression function to adapt itself to the flow of market prices. Since they are regression bands that self adjust for volatility.
25 May 2012